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Of course, no one has to make a will. However, to ensure one´s assets are distributed in accordance with one´s wishes and to save surviving relatives a lot of time, money and inconvenience, it is strongly recommended for anyone with any assets in Spain to do so.

Non-Spanish nationals are generally free to stipulate allocation of their assets in any way they see fit providing it is legal in the country of their nationality. The law "Law of Compulsory Heirs" is not normally applied.

The Most commonly used format of will is the "Open Testament" made before a Public Notary, although other forms of making a will are available, depending on your personal circumstance.